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12 Pet Hair Removers That Really Work

These gadgets can get rid of that pet hair problem quickly and easily.

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Large dog beside a large pile of hairOSKARI PORKKA/SHUTTERSTOCK

Pet hair everywhere!

A pet can bring a lot of joy into your life…and also a lot of hair. That hair can be particularly hard to clean up, especially on certain materials and surfaces. “Clothes, high-pile carpets and upholstered furniture are the most challenging surfaces,” says Matt Clayton, founder of PetHairPatrol.com. “When pet hair gets wafted into the air and lands on these surfaces, it usually isn’t just a matter of wiping the area. Needle-like pet hair will stick to the fibers, and static just makes the situation worse.” Fortunately, there are some great options when it comes to cleaning up. Here are a few pet hair removers that really work.

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Pat Your Pet Five Finger Grooming GloveVIA CHEWY.COM

Pat Your Pet Five Finger Grooming Glove

$13.99

To keep pet hair to a minimum in your home, you’ve got to start at the source: your lovable furball. Clayton suggests buying a shedding glove and spending a few minutes each day brushing your pet with it. “With a shedding glove (or brush, if you prefer), you will be able to catch all that loose hair before it is wafted into the air,” he explains. “A quick brushing session every day will make a huge difference in how much pet hair lands on different surfaces around your home.” A product like this Pat Your Pet Five Finger Grooming Glove is easier to handle than some brushes and can get the job done while you’re literally petting your furry friend.

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Eureka PowerSpeed Lightweight Bagless Upright VacuumVIA AMAZON.COM

Eureka PowerSpeed Lightweight Bagless Upright Vacuum

$144.99

When it comes to keeping your home clean, Clayton says that the most important pet hair remover to have is a good, reliable vacuum. “I have a lightweight stick vacuum that is easily converted into a handheld vacuum by releasing the wand. Because the vacuum is lightweight and so adaptable, it allows me to quickly and easily clean any surface,” he says. “Floors, carpets, furniture, drapes, car, you name it—the vacuum can wipe it clear of pet hair. A vacuum cleaner is the number one tool for any pet owner with a pet that sheds hair.”

This bagless upright vacuum from Eureka is a good option because it was designed specifically with pet hair in mind and has a detachable wand for getting pet hair in those tough-to-reach places. Here are more of the best vacuums on the market for dog and cat hair.

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iRobot’s Roomba 960

$547.99

Clayton refers to robotic vacuum cleaners as “miracle workers,” since these pet hair removers can work their magic while you’re relaxing or even out for a walk with the dog. “The robot can’t, of course, clean above-floor areas, but because it cleans all floors and even under furniture, it manages to catch most of the pet hair, leaving me with very little to clean up,” he says. Something like iRobot’s Roomba 960 can be programmed with the layout of your home and keep the floors clean even when you’re not around. Even better, it also works with Alexa, so you can ask it to handle cleaning up an area when messes happen. For the best possible results, here are the places you should (and shouldn’t) store your Roomba.

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Scotch-Brite Lint RollerVIA AMAZON.COM

Scotch-Brite Lint Roller

$23.13

“If you don’t want to show up to work with your suit covered in dog or cat hair, you should always carry a lint roller with you,” says Clayton. It’s also a good idea to keep them stashed in places like your car and your hallway cabinet. Other helpful tips? Use static-free dryer sheets to prevent pet hair from getting on your clothes, and put away clothes right after they’ve been cleaned to prevent pet hair from ending up on them in the first place.

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Evriholder FURemover DuoVIA AMAZON.COM

Evriholder FURemover Duo

$2.53

If you’re looking to take things a step further than your standard lint brush, the dual-purpose FURemover from Evriholder might be exactly what you’re looking for. One side of the plastic brush can be used as a de-shedding tool to help remove fur from your pet, while the other side can be used to remove fur from your upholstery and your clothes.

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Pick It Up MittVIA AMAZON.COM

Pick It Up Mitt

$9.97

The Pick It Up Mitt works like a “hair magnet” to help you remove hair from your clothing, furniture and more. A lint-roller replacement of sorts, the mitt fits over your hand, making cleaning as easy as wiping. Once you’ve picked up all that hair, simply wipe the other way to remove it from the mitt so you can clean something new. To get your home spotless, check out these 13 secrets of people who always have a clean house.

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FURemover Extendable Broom

$13.33

Sure, a regular broom can remove some pet hair from your home, but not as well as the FURemover can. The external broom has bristles made from natural rubber that will attract lint, pet hair and more. The broom can be used on floors, but it can also help you keep your upholstery clean.

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Rubber Gloves

$14.99

Your basic rubber gloves are actually amazing pet hair removers. According to Apartment Therapy, there are two ways to remove hair from your living space. The first requires nothing but the glove on the affected area. The friction will create static energy, causing hair to stick to the glove. For the second option, use a small amount of water to get the gloves slightly damp. The hair will stick to the gloves like a lint roller, and all you have to do is wash them to dispose of it. Here’s why you should always wear dish gloves at the sink.

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Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Removal ToolVIA CHEWY.COM

Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Removal Tool

$10.99

It’s not particularly pretty to look at, but pet owners swear by the Fur-Zoff. The gadget is made from 90 percent foamed recycled glass and can be used to remove pet hair from furniture, car interiors, clothing, bedding, carpets and more.

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FurZapper Pet Hair Remover for LaundryVIA AMAZON.COM

FurZapper Pet Hair Remover for Laundry

$14.99

If your clothes tend to come out of the wash with more pet hair on them than they went in with, the FurZapper might be a great thing to add to your laundry routine. The small tacky discs, which are non-toxic and reusable, can remove hair from clothes while you’re washing or drying them so you don’t have to get rid of it later. Just make sure not to use them with dryer sheets or fabric softener, which can decrease their effectiveness.

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ChomChom RollerVIA AMAZON.COM

ChomChom Roller

$27.95

For those really serious pet-hair cleanups, the ChomChom roller works as a lint brush but also as a vacuum of sorts, since it collects all that hair in a container that can be emptied later. The roller can be used over and over again and doesn’t require electricity to work, making it a versatile cleaning solution.

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Furminator Deshedding ToolVIA AMAZON.COM

Furminator Deshedding Tool

$22.07

If your dog or cat is a big shedder, the Furminator is for you. This pet hair remover reaches through an animal’s topcoat to remove undercoat hair without hurting your pet. The device, which is made for everything from cats to large dogs, can help prevent hairballs in cats and prevent any type of fur from ending up all over your home. Next, check out these 15 pet products with nearly perfect reviews on Amazon.

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Originally Published on Reader's Digest

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